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Unit 2 Test jEOPARDY. Clause, Characterization, Rules of the Game, Analogies, Similes, Point of View, Lesson 8-7 Vocabulary. PICK A CATEGORY. 500. 400. 300. 200. 100. Nym. Independent clause. Editing/ Publishing. 3 rd Person Omniscient. Simile. Ris. Dependent Clause.

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unit 2 test jeopardy

Unit 2 Test jEOPARDY

Clause, Characterization, Rules of the Game, Analogies, Similes, Point of View, Lesson 8-7 Vocabulary

pick a category
PICK A CATEGORY

500

400

300

200

100

Nym

Independent clause

Editing/ Publishing

3rd Person Omniscient

Simile

Ris

Dependent Clause

Character Traits

1st Person POV

Analogy

Plac

Subordinating Conjunction

Indirect Characterization

3rd Person Limited

Mei Mei

Corp

Parts of a Clause

Direct Characterization

Prewriting

Audience

Vect

Adverbial Clause

Central Character

Drafting

Lau Po

Genre

define independent clause
Define Independent clause
  • Expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence
define adverbial clause
Define Adverbial clause
  • This clause usually tells where, why, how, when or to what degree something was done.
  • A dependent clause that modifies a verb, an adjective or an adverb.
what are some examples of subordinating conjunction
What are some examples of Subordinating conjunction
  • Word(s) such as: After, As, Before, Because, Since, Until, When, Whenever, Although, Where, Wherever, While, Unless, etc.
what are the two main parts of a clause
What are the two main Parts of a clause?
  • A group of words that contain a subject and a verb.
who is lau po
Who is Lau po?
  • He was an old man who encouraged Mei Mei to participate in chess tournaments.
which character in rules of the game is dedicated
Which character in rules of the game is Dedicated?
  • Mei Mei’s dedication to chess was apparent in the extensive amount of time she spent practicing and studying the game.
list general character traits
List general Character traits
  • Describing the person’s physical appearance (ie. brown eyes)
  • Describing expressions of character’s personality (ie. shy)
  • Presenting the person’s own thoughts, speech, and actions
  • Revealing other people’s reactions to the person
  • Directly commenting on the person
what is indirect characterization
What is INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION?
  • Reader must infer traits from a character’s words, actions, thoughts, appearance and relationships.
define central character
Define Central character
  • Plot and central conflict of the story generally revolve around this person
what is an analogy
What is an ANALOGY?
  • A relationship between pairs of words.
define1 st person point of view
define1ST PERSON POINT OF VIEW
  • The narrator uses pronouns such as I and me. He does not know the thoughts and feelings of other characters.
what is genre
What is genre?
  • Which format will best suit my purpose and audience?
    • essay, speech, letter, research paper, poem, short story, review, journal entry, script, web site, power presentation
what is editing and publishing
What is Editing and publishing?
  • The point in the writing process where the author looks for ways to clarify ideas, style and the structure of their writing
who is an audience
Who is an audience?
  • Who are my readers?
    • classmates, teachers, friends, community members, a customer service at a company, web users
define drafting
Define drafting
  • The stage in the writing process where you transfer prewriting into a rough draft
define prewriting planning
Define Prewriting/planning
  • The beginning stage of the writing process.
define 3 rd person omniscient point of view
Define 3RD PERSON OMNISCIENTPOINT OF VIEW
  • The narrator is not a character in the story but an outside observer. He is all-knowing meaning he has access to the thoughts and feelings of all characters.
define 3 rd person limited point of view
Define 3RD PERSON LIMITED POINT OF VIEW
  •  The narrator is not a character in the story but an outside observer. He zooms in on the thoughts, feelings and opinions of one character.
what is the definition of a simile
What is the definition of a SIMILE?
  • A comparison using like or as.
what is the definition of direct characterization
What is the definition of Direct cHARACTERIZATION?
  • Writer directly states a character’s traits.
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